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[movies]La Mer - Lumière
"The Sea" Swimming in the Sea (aka Lumiere No. 11) is an approximately 40-second long actuality of four boys and a woman running down a small, makeshift pier and diving in the ocean. Country: France Release Date: France 28 December 1895 (Paris) UK 20 February 1896 (London) Finland 28 June 1896 Also Known As (AKA) Baignade en mer France (original title) Hafvet Finland (Swedish title) La mer (undefined) Meri Finland (informal title) Meri ihmeellisine kylpykuvauksineen Finland Sea Bathing UK (infor...
Keywords: Lumière; Short; Documentary; Sea
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[movies]La Petite Fille et Son Chat - Lumière
Director: Louis Lumière Writer: Louis Lumière Stars: Madeleine Koehler Country: France Release Date: 1899 (France) Also Known As (AKA) Filming Locations: Demeure Koehler - 29 Rue Guilloud, Monplasir, Lyon, Rhône, Rhône-Alpes, France A lány és a macska )Hungary)
Keywords: Lumière; Girl; Cat; Short; Documentary
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[movies]La Pêche Aux Poissons Rouges - Lumière
"Fishing for Goldfish" A man holds a child of about 10 or 11 months so the child can stand on a table and look down into a large clear goldfish bowl, nearly full of water, with two goldfish swimming in it. The child, dressed in a white gown with a white cap, makes an occasional grab for a fish. The fish evade the child. Written by jhailey Country: France Filming Locations: Lyon, Rhône, Rhône-Alpes, France Production Co: Lumière
Keywords: Lumière; Short; Documentary; Fish; Baby
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[movies]Le Squelette Joyeaux - Lumière
One of the most famous films from The Lumière Brothers, who are often credited as the Fathers of All Cinema, "Le Squelette Joyeaux" (also known as "The Dancing Skeleton") is arguably the first stop-motion film but surely the best known of its time, packing in the viewers for this witty short comedy film. Release Date: France 1897 Production Co: Lumière Read more about Auguste and Louis Lumière http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auguste_and_Louis_Lumi%C3%A8re
Keywords: Gen X; Lumière; Fantasy; Comedy; Short; Stop-Motion; Animation
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